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The EmeraldPlanet© Podcast

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The EmeraldPlanet© Podcast is focused on the 1000 best practices from across the globe in 214 countries and territories. The EmeraldPlanet© leadership and experts work with research institutions, businesses, governments, K-12 schools and universities, healthcare providers, clean water, soil and air advocates, financial institutions, embassies, NGOs and community-based organizations, and citizens. These podcasts are the audio version of the weekly television programs which are available around the United States, globally, and Pegmedia.org.
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Earthwatch Institute Techniques Slowing/Reversing Climate Change - Mar 11, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Earthwatch Institute Techniques Slowing/Reversing Climate Change - Mar 11, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Title: " Earthwatch Institute: Advancing the Understanding of Accelerating Climate Change by Supporting Overseas Travel, Citizen Participation, & Projects Development" * Show '1': Dana Salomon, Program Coordinator, Earthwatch Institute, (By Skype)*, Theme: "The Earthwatch Institute Mission—Who we are and what we do" * Show '2': Peggy Dennis, Expeditions Volunteer--Mexico City, Earthwatch Institute and Past President, Montgomery County Civic Federation, (By Skype)*, Theme: "Importance of Linking Volunteers to World-Wide Environmental, Cultural, and Historical Sites While Preserving the Earth" * Show '3': Elsa Valiente Riveros, M.S., Director, REDES (Restauración Ecológica y Desarrollo A.C.) (By Skype)*, Theme: "Earthwatch Expedition: Conserving Wetlands and Traditional Agriculture in Mexico" * Show '4': Alexander (Alex) C. Dennis, Expeditions Volunteer--Mexico City, Earthwatch Institute, (By-Skype)* and , Theme: "Learning About World-Wide Climate Change, Environmental Protection, While Saving Traditional Agriculture Sites In Mexico", with o *"Special Guest" Dr. Jose Colucci Rios, B.S., CH.E., Associate Dean & Professor, College of Engineering, University of Puerto Rico/Mayaguez" (In-Studio Skype Back-Up). Overview: Earthwatch Institute is an international environmental charity founded as Educational Expeditions International in 1971 near Boston, Massachusetts by Robert A. Citron and Clarence Truesdale, then superintendent of Vermont Public Schools. It is one of the largest global underwriters of scientific field research in archaeology, paleontology, marine life, biodiversity, ecosystems, and wildlife. For over four decades Earthwatch has delivered a unique “citizen science” model to recruit adventurous individuals including students, teachers, retired executives, corporate fellows, among others to participate in critical field research to understand nature’s response to accelerating global change. Earthwatch’s work supports hundreds of doctoral and masters degree researchers across dozens of countries, conducting over 100,000 hours of scholarly research annually. Earthwatch’s mission statement is “to engage people worldwide in scientific field research and education to promote the understanding and action necessary for a sustainable environment.” Earthwatch Citizen Science Projects are peer-reviewed, doctoral subject matter experts led scientific field research which give everyday citizens the opportunity to join research teams around the world to collect field data in the areas such as wildlife conservation, rainforest ecology, marine science, archaeology, and dozens of other related academic disciplines. Ecological Restoration and Development A.C. (REDES) is a multidisciplinary group of professionals , academics, and student volunteers which seeks to generate and link knowledge to solve environmental problems, facilitate the exchange of knowledge, and reconcile the different views of nature to improve the quality of life under the principle of development compatible with conservation. Its vision is to be an organization established at a regional level that constantly works to solve environmental problems in a participatory manner and promote sustainability, systematization, and the use of knowledge. The organizations objectives include, but are not limited to: 1) Improving the relationship between society and nature through the management and implementation of projects; 2) Linking sustainable activities with the conservation of biodiversity; 3) Creating the rehabilitation of the ecological functions of aquatic ecosystems; while 4) Seeking trust and cooperation between different sectors of society through joint work, participation, and dissemination of information. There are a number of collaborative projects with the Earthwatch Institute, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, among others.
58:11
November 20, 2022
India Up Close: Highlighting Environmental & Economic Change - Feb 11, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
India Up Close: Highlighting Environmental & Economic Change - Feb 11, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
· Show '1':  Richard (Rich) W. Lewis, President, The Winfield Group, Technology Marketing Officer, Augur Marketing, and The EmeraldPlanet TV© "Environmental Special Guest" and Dr. Samuel Lee Hancock, CM, President and Executive Director, EmeraldPlanet International Foundation© & Creator and Host, The EmeraldPlanet TV©, Theme:  "India Up Close & Personal:  Overview, Scale, Scope, and Impacts of One of the World's Most Populated & Urbanizing Nations"; · Show '2':    Richard (Rich) W. Lewis, President, The Winfield Group, Technology Marketing Officer, Augur Marketing, and The EmeraldPlanet TV© "Environmental Special Guest" and Dr. Samuel Lee Hancock, CM, President and Executive Director, EmeraldPlanet International Foundation© & Creator and Host, The EmeraldPlanet TV©, Theme: "Challenges on Environmental Change in a Nation Rapidly Urbanizing, Ever Expanding Population, with Increasing Demands on Land, Water, & Air Resources"; ·Show '3':  Richard (Rich) W. Lewis, President, The Winfield Group, Technology Marketing Officer, Augur Marketing, and The EmeraldPlanet TV© "Environmental Special Guest" and Dr. Samuel Lee Hancock, CM, President and Executive Director, EmeraldPlanet International Foundation© & Creator and Host, The EmeraldPlanet TV©, Theme: "Much Good News through Expanding Environmental Awareness, Action, and Impacts Across India"; and · Show '4':  Richard (Rich) W. Lewis, President, The Winfield Group, Technology Marketing Officer, Augur Marketing, and The EmeraldPlanet TV© "Environmental Special Guest" and Dr. Samuel Lee Hancock, CM, President and Executive Director, EmeraldPlanet International Foundation© & Creator and Host, The EmeraldPlanet TV©, Theme:  "Up Close and Personal Participation in State and National Environmental and Economic Development Agricultural Demonstrations, Field Days, Presentations, and The EmeraldPlanet TV© Interviews". Richard (Rich) Winfield Lewis, President of The Winfield Group, and Technology Marketing Officer of Augur Marketing  is a frequent "Special Guest" on The EmeraldPlanet TV.  Mr. Lewis is an accomplished, results-oriented professional with expertise providing strategic leadership in all facets of project management, client success, marketing initiatives, and continuous process improvements within high-profile corporations, He is well recognized internationally as adeptly skilled in collaborating with all members of an organization to achieve objectives and develop and execute effective engagement strategies that leverage company position to generate organizational success.  The EmeraldPlanet International Foundation© is a world-wide not-for-profit organization dedicated to identifying at least 1,000 'best practices' for sustainable environmental and economic development. Our efforts are to link those having such best practices with those needing the technologies, processes, services, and products to be outstanding ecological stewards of their resources.  The EmeraldPlanet TV© are television programs being broadcast and distributed from Washington, D.C. The programs are available for 2,095 television stations around the United States, through PEGMedia.org, 214 countries and territories overseas by the Internet, and 6.648 Billion smartphones WebApp. 
58:13
October 16, 2022
Sehgal Foundation: Leading the 'Greening' of India's Agricultural Communities through Creative Farming, Forestry, Water Harvesting, Education, Health Care, and Local Development Initiatives
Sehgal Foundation: Leading the 'Greening' of India's Agricultural Communities through Creative Farming, Forestry, Water Harvesting, Education, Health Care, and Local Development Initiatives
Show '1’: Dr. Surinder (Suri) M. Sehgal, Chairman & Founder, S.M. Sehgal Foundation (By Skype)*; Show:  '2:  Surinder (Suri) M. Sehgal, Chairman & Founder, S.M. Sehgal Foundation (By Skype)*; Show: '3':  R. Jay Sehgal, Executive Vice President, S.M. Sehgal Foundation, (By-Skype)*; and Show '4':  R. Jay Sehgal, Executive Vice President, S.M. Sehgal Foundation, (By-Skype)*, with*Special Guest" Dr. Daman S. Walia, President/CEO, ARCTECH, Inc. (In-Studio Skype Back-Up) Overviews: Every person deserves to lead a more secure, prosperous, and dignified life. With that vision in mind, the mission of Sehgal Foundation is to strengthen community-led development initiatives to achieve positive social, economic, and environmental change across rural India . With support from donors and partners, Sehgal Foundation designs and promotes rural development interventions that create opportunities, build resilience, and provide solutions to some of the most pressing challenges in India’s poorest communities. The Foundation team works together with rural communities to create sustainable programs for managing water resources, increasing agricultural productivity, and strengthening rural governance. The Team’s emphasis on gender equality and women’s empowerment is driven by the realization that human rights are central to developing every person’s, every family's potential. ARCTECH, Inc. is a diverse American Corporation which provides cost-effective solutions for the agriculture, energy, and environmental market sectors. Founded as a spin-off company from the Atlantic Research Corporation's Environmental Science and Technology division, the ARCTECH group through 25 years of experience in energy, energetics, environment and agriculture, has created unified solutions in these interrelated market sectors. The entrepreneurial scientists and engineers at ARCTECH have pioneered the use of our vast resources of coal for economical clean energy, clean water and environment, safer foods, recycle military and industrial wastes, while reducing greenhouse gas emissions. ARCTECH maintains a state-of-the-art research center at its corporate headquarters located in Chantilly, Virginia in the vicinity of Washington, D.C. This center is dedicated to advancement of applied research as well as investigate solutions for the clients specific needs. In addition, mobile test units are available for application at the client sites. ARCTECH's technologies are protected under various patents. ARCTECH's manufacturing plant, which is located in South Boston, Virginia, produces a variety of products for both domestic and overseas clients. Overseas collaboration of ARCTECH, now include the Gulf countries, Egypt, Lebanon, South Korea, Turkey, India, China, and Brazil.  Outside the box solutions truly embody the ARCTECH corporate theme of "Preserving Tomorrows World Today."
58:01
October 16, 2022
Community Choice Aggregation and Renewable Energy: Best Practices for Resilient, Sustainable, & Affordable Distributed Electrical Power
Community Choice Aggregation and Renewable Energy: Best Practices for Resilient, Sustainable, & Affordable Distributed Electrical Power
· Show '1’:  Mark E. Snyder, Sustainability Advocate, Renewable Energy Expert, Inventor, Master Electrician, and Fire Forensics Expert Witness (By Telephone)*, Theme:  "Future of CCA and Distributed power:  Energy Recovery, Zero Landfill initiatives";  Show '2':  "Jamie Tuckey, Director of Public Affairs, MCE Community Choice Aggregation (CCA)", (By Skype)*, Theme:  Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) Renewable Energy Resources: Potential and Challenges of 24/7/363 Dependability, Reliability, and Sustainability"; Show '3':  "Bentham (Ben) Charles Paulos, Principal, PaulosAnalysis", Energy Policy, Advocacy, Communications, and Renewable Energy Expert, (By Skype)*, Theme: "CCA, U.S. Successes, Need for More Renewables, 24 Hour Power, and Energy Recovery Systems",  and Show '4': Alexander (Lex) Henkels, President Providence Trade and Development and Providence Trade, (In-Studio & "Special Guest" Skype or Telephone Back-Up)*, Theme:  "Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) and Renewable Energy".
58:00
October 16, 2022
Portugal and Greece: New Environment Addressing Wildfires Causes, Damages, and Solutions in Nature and Society
Portugal and Greece: New Environment Addressing Wildfires Causes, Damages, and Solutions in Nature and Society
Every year in Southern Europe, Portuguese and Greek forests are subject to wildfires that destroy these and the associated ecosystems. In the last decade several Summer seasons were a dramatic period in Portugal, with more than 4258 km2 and 3391 km2; burned by wildfires respectively and another 4424 km2 burned twice in Região Centro with a forest area equivalent to twice the area of Luxembourg. Sixty-six [66] dead (65 civilians and 1 volunteer firefighter from Castanheira de Pera), 254 wounded (241 civilians, 12 firefighters and 1 guard soldier). In a similar way Greece also suffered from extensive wildfires, as the one in Attica peninsula near Athens that destroyed urban environments while causing extensive casualties. This set of four interviews with Portuguese and Greek experts aim to elucidate the natural and anthropogenic causes and related wildfires consequences to the affected societies and to the environments highlighting the degradation of water resources, both surface and ground waters, besides soil destruction.
56:51
December 22, 2021
Rain Gardens, Bayscaping, and Urban Forests: Supporting Nature to Heal the Planet
Rain Gardens, Bayscaping, and Urban Forests: Supporting Nature to Heal the Planet
Clean water is essential for human, animal, plant, and microorganisms life, for commerce and industry, and for recreation.Wonders of converting stormwater pollution into 'new' water creation is a miracle in the midst of destructive 21st Century climate change.  Rainwater becomes stormwater when it falls on impervious surfaces such as rooftops, driveways, roads, sidewalks and even lawns, where it is unable to soak into the ground. As stormwater moves from our yards, parking spaces, walkways, vegetable and ornamental gardens, or grass lawns to our streams, ponds, rivers, and lakes.  Such uncontrolled water runoff picks up all manner of pollutants such as oil and grease, plastic bags, harmful nutrients from fertilizers, poisonous insecticides and pesticides, bacteria from pet waste and other animal excrement, and various pathogens such as viruses, bacteria, fungi, protozoa, and helminths. Pathogens are infectious microorganisms, germs, or biological agents that cause infectious diseases or illnesses in the human host. Once in flowing water, the fast-moving surges of water associated with increasingly violent storm events cause erosion and destroy habitat for fish and other wildlife. This program and its four Shows are to engage, educate, and train you, the viewer and listener of our Podcast, on how to reduce stormwater pollution, damage, and negative impacts on land, water, and air resources.  This all-natural form of stormwater capture, processing, sequester, and usage not only processes excessive amounts of water but also captures atmospheric carbon and further enhances environmental quality in local communities.  The "Vision" and "Goal" of our EmeraldPlanet International Foundation© and The EmeraldPlanet TV© are to lead the effort to create at least one billion [1,000,000,000] Rain & Bayscaping Gardens across the planet so when satellites are featuring images of earth from inner and outer space the planet looks 'green' as well as 'blue' showing balance of nature for all living creatures.
56:05
November 23, 2021
"Creating a Caribbean Climate-Smart Zone" (3.23.21)
"Creating a Caribbean Climate-Smart Zone" (3.23.21)
Guest: Racquel Moses, CEO, Caribbean Climate-Smart Accelerator  3.23.21 Whole Program
54:43
April 29, 2021
Vegan and Vegetarian Lifestyles: Eating to Protect the Planet; Eating to Protect All Living Beings
Vegan and Vegetarian Lifestyles: Eating to Protect the Planet; Eating to Protect All Living Beings
Guest: Jai M. McFall, President & Master Gardener (5.3.21)
55:30
April 26, 2021
World-Class Platinum Capital City: Climate Change; LEED; & Liveability (4.14.21)
World-Class Platinum Capital City: Climate Change; LEED; & Liveability (4.14.21)
Guest: Tommy Wells, Esq., Director (Washington D. C.) Department of Energy & Environment (DOEE)
55:30
April 16, 2021
"World Water Leadership in Creating 'New' Water Sources"
"World Water Leadership in Creating 'New' Water Sources"
Guest: Alan M. Weiss, CEO, GWG "World Water Leadership in Creating 'New' Water Sources"  3.11.21 Whole Program
54:55
April 09, 2021
Eliminating Power Bills; Generating Solar Energy; New Green Jobs; Protecting the Environment (2.17.21)
Eliminating Power Bills; Generating Solar Energy; New Green Jobs; Protecting the Environment (2.17.21)
Guest: Benjamin Colbert, Founder & CEO, City Renewables Full Show 2.17.21 Whole Program
57:01
March 16, 2021
Women Leadership Transforming Communities Through Entrepreneurship Education and Sustainable Organic Farming
Women Leadership Transforming Communities Through Entrepreneurship Education and Sustainable Organic Farming
Guest: Diana McIntyre-Pike, OD, BSc, President & Founder, Countrystyle Community Tourism Network & Villages as Businesses
54:53
March 10, 2021
Africa's Titans: Revealing the Women Transforming a Continent From Within, Episode 4
Africa's Titans: Revealing the Women Transforming a Continent From Within, Episode 4
Guest '1': Kimberly L. Fogg, Founder, Global Sustainable Partnerships (GSP) and Founder, "Africa's Titans" representing Jeanne Sheila Uwivon, Founder, Women Farmers Enterprise Ubuntu HoneyBee and Second Runner-Up as "African Titan", Theme: "Ubuntu HoneyBee Empowering the Most Vulnerable in Rwanda" Guest '2': HRH Ugoeze Chinyere Ugwu, Kingdom of Ugwogo Nike, Enugu State, Nigeria; Theme: "Women Agriculturalists of the Ugwogo Nike Kingdom Leading the Way for a True 'Green' Food Production Evolution in Nigeria Guest '3': HRH Ugoeze Chinyere Ugwu, Kingdom of Ugwogo Nike, Enugu State, Nigeria, Theme: "Ugwogo Nike International Development Outreach, Inc. (UNIDO) Demonstrating Social Enterprise Approach to Agricultural Production" Guest '4': HRH Ugoeze Chinyere Ugwu, Kingdom of Ugwogo Nike, Enugu State, Nigeria, Theme: "Future of Agricultural Development for the Kingdom of Ugwogo Nike, Enugu State, Nigeria, and the African Continent"
55:60
March 04, 2021
“International Yachting Fellowship of Rotarians (IYFR): OPERATION PLASTIC FREE WATERS”
“International Yachting Fellowship of Rotarians (IYFR): OPERATION PLASTIC FREE WATERS”
Guest ‘1’: Comandante Sergio Santi, IYFR; Theme: “IYFR History, Purpose; Vision; & Impacts” Guest ‘2’: Comandante Sergio Santi, IYFR; Theme: “Operation PLASTIC FREE WATERS IYFR Europe, Middle East, & Africa” Guest ‘3’: Alfonso Bolio, Area 2, Commodore, IYFR; Theme: “The Americans IYFR Vision, Mission, Organization, and Plans” Guest ‘4’: Alfonso Bolio, Area 2, Commodore, IYFR; Theme: “IYFR Operation PLASTIC FREE WATERS in the Americas”
55:59
February 28, 2021
Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR): Science; Technology; and Applications Worldwide
Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR): Science; Technology; and Applications Worldwide
Guests: Dr. Joao-Paulo Lobo Ferreira, Prin. Rch. Ofcr, LNEC; Prof. Christoph Schüth, MARSOL and MARSoluT, TUD; Dr. Daniel Kurtzmanm, ARO; and Prof. Xavier Sanchez-Vila, UPC.
53:37
February 14, 2021
Learn. Cook. Live: Plant and Tree-Based Food to Save Humanity; Save the Planet
Learn. Cook. Live: Plant and Tree-Based Food to Save Humanity; Save the Planet
Guest: Granetta Coleman, Certified Food For Life Instructor, ROOTED DISH.
54:39
January 29, 2021
Full-Color Spectrum Benefits of Plant-Based Foods: Energy, Good Health, Fitness, Wellness, Joyous Life
Full-Color Spectrum Benefits of Plant-Based Foods: Energy, Good Health, Fitness, Wellness, Joyous Life
Guest: Granetta Coleman, Certified Food For Life Instructor, ROOTED DISH.
55:21
January 29, 2021
U.S. - Mexico BPP: Building in Resiliency, Sustainably, & Environmental Protection through Collaboration for the Border Region
U.S. - Mexico BPP: Building in Resiliency, Sustainably, & Environmental Protection through Collaboration for the Border Region
Guests: Andy Carey, Executive Director, U.S.-Mexico Border Philanthropy Partnership (BPP).
54:33
January 29, 2021
"SPIN and Small Plot Farmers: Leveraging High Oxygenated SuperWater with Organic, Living Wage, and Environmentally Friendly Sustainable Food Production";
"SPIN and Small Plot Farmers: Leveraging High Oxygenated SuperWater with Organic, Living Wage, and Environmentally Friendly Sustainable Food Production";
Guests: Charles D. (Chuck) Vollmer, Founder, President, & Author, Jobenomics and Dr. Reinerio (Rey) Linares, Lead Scientist, Founder, & CEO, HyOx SuperWater, Inc.
58:20
January 29, 2021
Wetlands Habitat Restoration and Water Quality for Local Communities and the Chesapeake Bay
Wetlands Habitat Restoration and Water Quality for Local Communities and the Chesapeake Bay
Guests: Rod Simmons, Conservation Ecologist & Biologist, Virginia Native Plant Society/Potomac Chapter, and Kurt Moser, Ecologist and Director, Four Mile Run Foundation.
53:20
January 29, 2021
Scalable Solutions in River Health
Scalable Solutions in River Health
Guest: Dr. Luke Javernick, Executive Director and Award-winning (Marie Sklodowska-Curie Action) River Scientist, River Science
55:40
January 29, 2021
Rotary Climate Action Teams (RCATs): Taking Action in Rotary Clubs Across the World to Address the Existential Threat of Climate Change
Rotary Climate Action Teams (RCATs): Taking Action in Rotary Clubs Across the World to Address the Existential Threat of Climate Change
Guests: Alan Anderson, Founder, Rotary Climate Action Team (RCAT) and Member, Rotary Club of Northfield, MN, USA, and John G. Mathers, Coordinator, Rotary Climate Action Team (RCAT) Network, Rotary District Chair for Environmental Sustainability Rotary Action Group (ESRAG); Past President, Rotary Club of San Francisco, CA, USA.
54:52
January 29, 2021
"Rejuvenation of Land, Water, and Air Quality using Biochar and Biomineral Plant Growth Stimulates and All-Natural Water Remediation Processes
"Rejuvenation of Land, Water, and Air Quality using Biochar and Biomineral Plant Growth Stimulates and All-Natural Water Remediation Processes
Guest: Dr. Andrew Harley, President, Researcher, and Author, Ascension Soil Company
59:02
January 29, 2021
Planning for Pollinators: Enhancing the Natural World of Propagation in Gardens, Farms, and Forests
Planning for Pollinators: Enhancing the Natural World of Propagation in Gardens, Farms, and Forests
Guest: Kerry L. Wixted, Education, And Outreach Specialist, Wildlife & Heritage Service, Maryland Department of Natural Resources
54:49
January 29, 2021
Healthy Soil: Building Blocks for Sustainable, Resilient, & Renewable Food Production & Environmental Protection for India; For the World
Healthy Soil: Building Blocks for Sustainable, Resilient, & Renewable Food Production & Environmental Protection for India; For the World
Guest: Sameer Sachdeva, Eng., Field Agricultural Research Scientist, Soil Health
56:45
January 29, 2021
Department Of Energy & Environment, (DOEE), Washington, D.C. RiverSmart Homes: Rain Barrels Stormwater Capture, Storage, and Utilization
Department Of Energy & Environment, (DOEE), Washington, D.C. RiverSmart Homes: Rain Barrels Stormwater Capture, Storage, and Utilization
Guest: Brian Rodgers, Director of Conservation and Sustainability, Constituent Services Worldwide
55:30
January 29, 2021
Basics, Importance, Economic Impact, and Environmental Benefits of Beekeeping
Basics, Importance, Economic Impact, and Environmental Benefits of Beekeeping
Guests: Kimberly Mehalick, President, Maryland State Beekeepers Association (MSBA) and Co-Owner, The Queens Honey; Baldwin G. Williams, Sr., New Beekeeper, Member, Maryland State Beekeepers Association (MSBA), and Member, Bowie-Upper Marlboro Beekeeping Association (BUMBA); and Fred Smith, First Vice-President, Maryland State Beekeepers Association (MSBA) and Co-Owner, F&D Apiaries.
55:43
January 29, 2021
AWS Passing Grade: Evolving World-Class Best Practices to Create a Swimmable and Fishable Anacostia River
AWS Passing Grade: Evolving World-Class Best Practices to Create a Swimmable and Fishable Anacostia River
Guest: James R. (Jim) Foster, President, and CEO, Anacostia Watershed Society
55:12
January 29, 2021
D.C. Large Scale Solar Projects: Skilled Labor; Investments in Under-Resourced Communities; Public 'Green' Energy Generation; Environmental Protection
D.C. Large Scale Solar Projects: Skilled Labor; Investments in Under-Resourced Communities; Public 'Green' Energy Generation; Environmental Protection
Guests: Mark Davis, President & CEO, WDC Solar, LLC. and Paul Maylone, Director of Engineering, WDC Solar, LLC; [5.27.20]
55:04
January 29, 2021
Research into Pandemics, the Environment, and Sustainable Resilience Best Practices at George Mason University
Research into Pandemics, the Environment, and Sustainable Resilience Best Practices at George Mason University
Guests: Dr. Thomas Lovejoy, University Professor, Department of Environmental Science and Policy and Scientific Director, Institute for a Sustainable Earth, George Mason University; and Senior Fellow, United Nations Foundation; Dr. Lisa M. Gring-Pemble, Associate Professor of Business and Co-Executive Director, Business for a Better World Center and Co-Founder and Director of Strategy, Honey Bee Initiative, School of Business, George Mason University; Dr. Karina Korostelina, Professor, Conflict Analysis and Resolution and Psychology; Director, Program on History, Memory, and Conflict; and Co-Director, Program for the Prevention of Mass Violence, George Mason University; and Dr. Brenda Bannan, Associate Professor, Instructional Technology, College of Education and Human Development; and Co-Director, Center for Advancing Human-Machine Partnership (CAHMP), George Mason University
54:59
January 29, 2021
Pandemics and Natural Disasters: Small Businesses & Governments Solutions Across the United States
Pandemics and Natural Disasters: Small Businesses & Governments Solutions Across the United States
Guests: Karla Ballard Williams, CEO, Ying; Jennifer Gray Thompson, CEO, Rebuild NorthBay; Jeff Sjostrom, CEO, Galveston Economic Development Partnership; and Leann Hackman-Carty, Author, Master Your Disaster
51:43
January 29, 2021
Hygiene for a Small Planet ~ Coronavirus, Contagions, and Public Health: Preparing Governments and the Public Before the Next Disasters and Outbreaks
Hygiene for a Small Planet ~ Coronavirus, Contagions, and Public Health: Preparing Governments and the Public Before the Next Disasters and Outbreaks
Guests: Charles H. (Chuck) Botwick, Managing Member & President, CHB Infrastructure, Technology, and Marketing Group, LLC and IPAK-Individual Personal Aid Kit Company, LLC 
52:20
January 29, 2021
Purposeful Cross-National Transfers of Overseas Sustainable Innovations to Benefit U.S. Communities
Purposeful Cross-National Transfers of Overseas Sustainable Innovations to Benefit U.S. Communities
Guests: Dale Medearis, PhD, Senior Regional Planner, Regional Sustainability Policy, Northern Virginia Regional Commission
56:00
January 29, 2021
Portugal National Civil Engineering Laboratory (LNEC): Greening the European Union Infrastructure and the Globe
Portugal National Civil Engineering Laboratory (LNEC): Greening the European Union Infrastructure and the Globe
Guests: Dr. Jose Manuel Rosado Catarino, Structures Department Director, LNEC;  Dr. Teresa E. Leitao, Senior Research Officer, Hydraulics & Environmental Department, LNEC;  Dr. Ana Cristina Freire, Research Assistant, Transportation Department, LNEC; and  Dr. Joao Manuel ColiveIra Mimoso, Principal Research Officer, Materials Department, LNEC (Portugal National Civil Engineering Laboratory)
52:41
January 29, 2021
Italy: Claiming its Place as a World Leader in Oceans and Seas Environmental Innovation, Development, & Protection
Italy: Claiming its Place as a World Leader in Oceans and Seas Environmental Innovation, Development, & Protection
Guest: Cecilia De Donno, Biologist, Expomed & Head, Business Development Italy, Immersive Factory
55:21
January 29, 2021
Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS): Preparing Future Generations Through Interactive & Nature-Based Curricula
Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS): Preparing Future Generations Through Interactive & Nature-Based Curricula
Guests: William (Bill) H. Dent, Program Manager, Monarch Sister Schools Program and Executive Director, Natural Partners and Molly O. Hoopes, Baltimore Area Coordinator, Monarch Sister Schools Program and Naturalist, Baltimore City Department of Recreation & Parks
56:08
January 29, 2021
Flight of the Monarch Butterflies: Nature's Kings and Queens of Pollinators Linchpins of Feeding the Planet
Flight of the Monarch Butterflies: Nature's Kings and Queens of Pollinators Linchpins of Feeding the Planet
Guest: William (Bill) H. Dent, Executive Director, Natural Partners; Program Manager, Monarch Sister Schools Program (MSSP); & Co-Chair, Trees for the Capital, Rotary Club of Washington, D.C.; [4.20.20]
55:01
January 29, 2021
Challenges and 'Best Practices' Solutions for Smog Control in China
Challenges and 'Best Practices' Solutions for Smog Control in China
Guests: Dr. Ming Yang, Member, Board of Directors, International Fund for China’s Future (IFCE) and Dr. Ping He, President, International Fund for China’s Future (IFCE)
53:53
January 28, 2021
The Great Himalayan Trail Project: Female Empowerment; Entrepreneurship; Environmental Enhancement; & Community Development
The Great Himalayan Trail Project: Female Empowerment; Entrepreneurship; Environmental Enhancement; & Community Development
 Guest: Malcolm J. Odell, Jr., MS, Evaluation, Training, & Sustainable Development Specialist, Appreciative Planning and Action Consulting (APA)
54:55
January 28, 2021
Healthy Soil: Building Blocks for Sustainable, Resilient, & Renewable Food Production & Environmental Protection for India; For the World
Healthy Soil: Building Blocks for Sustainable, Resilient, & Renewable Food Production & Environmental Protection for India; For the World
Guest: Sameer Sachdeva, Eng., Field Agricultural Research Scientist, Soil Health
56:45
January 28, 2021
Rotary International and WASRAG (Water and Sanitation Rotary Action Group): The Future of Water and Sanitation in East Africa
Rotary International and WASRAG (Water and Sanitation Rotary Action Group): The Future of Water and Sanitation in East Africa
Guests: Rtn. Peter Macharia, President, Rotary Club of Ongata Rongai, Nairobi, Kenya; Rtn. Michael Nawari, Treasurer, Rotary Club of Ongata Rongai, Kenya; Rtn. Evelyn Macharia, President-Elect Nominee, Rotary Club of Ongata Rongai, Nairobi, Kenya; and Rtn. Miriam Komu, Projects Director, Rotary Club of Ongata Rongai, Nairobi, Kenya
56:10
January 28, 2021
Realizing the Promises of Our Electric Future in the 21st Century ~ Affordability, Sustainability, Resilience
Realizing the Promises of Our Electric Future in the 21st Century ~ Affordability, Sustainability, Resilience
Guest: Dr. Lawrence E. Jones, Vice President, International Programs, Edison Electric Institute 
51:58
January 28, 2021
Women Agriculturists in The Gambia: Creating a New Green Future on the African Continent
Women Agriculturists in The Gambia: Creating a New Green Future on the African Continent
Guest: Awamary Khan, Founder + CEO, The Woman Boss
54:38
January 28, 2021
Nigeria Fast Forward: Converting Polluting Diesel Electricity Power to Solar Energy and Battery Storage Backup
Nigeria Fast Forward: Converting Polluting Diesel Electricity Power to Solar Energy and Battery Storage Backup
Guest: Idongesit Nkereuwem, CEO, Magnifique, LTD. [4.15.20]
54:38
January 28, 2021
Creating a New Generation of Environmentalists for Nigeria, the African Continent, and the World
Creating a New Generation of Environmentalists for Nigeria, the African Continent, and the World
Guests: Stanley Oranika PMP, Chapter Leader, Project Management Institute Nigeria (PMING); Rtn. George Hembah, President, Rotary Club of Abuja Ministers Hill, MD/CEO, Heseg Consulting Ltd, Business Development Consultant, International Trade and Project Management; and Rtn. Stanley Oranika PMP. Chapter Leader, Project Management Institute of Nigeria (PMING) and International Services Director, Rotary Club of Abuja Ministers Hill
54:36
January 28, 2021
Africa's Titans: Revealing the Women Transforming a Continent From Within, Episode 3
Africa's Titans: Revealing the Women Transforming a Continent From Within, Episode 3
Kimberly L. Fogg, Founder & CEO, Global Sustainable Partnerships (GSP) and Chair, Women's Program Engagement Council and Awamary Khan, Founder, Innovate Gambia and Founder + CEO, The Woman Boss
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January 28, 2021
Africa's Titans: Revealing the Women Transforming a Continent From Within, Episode 2
Africa's Titans: Revealing the Women Transforming a Continent From Within, Episode 2
Kimberly L. Fogg, Founder & CEO, Global Sustainable Partnerships (GSP) and Chair, Women's Program Engagement Council and Dr. Amalle Daou Keita, Founder & CEO, Active Intervention for Mothers, (AIM ~ An United Nations Special Consultant Organization)
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January 27, 2021
Africa's Titans: Revealing the Women Transforming a Continent From Within, Episode 1
Africa's Titans: Revealing the Women Transforming a Continent From Within, Episode 1
Guests: Kimberly L. Fogg, Founder & CEO, Global Sustainable Partnerships (GSP) and Chair, Women's Program Engagement Council; Hellen Fissihaie, CEO/Managing Director, F3 Global Advisory Group, LLC; Xoliswa Daku, CEO, Daku Group, Ltd.; and Efe Ukala, Esq., Founder, ImpactHER.
54:55
January 27, 2021
Sustainable Non-Profit Healthcare Importance to Healthcare Industry in Modern Societies for Patients, Families, Staffs, and Communities - Mar 24, 2019 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Sustainable Non-Profit Healthcare Importance to Healthcare Industry in Modern Societies for Patients, Families, Staffs, and Communities - Mar 24, 2019 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Show '1': Charles (Chip) E. Goyette, Sustainability Director, Office of Sustainability, Inova Health System", (In-Studio), Theme:  "Inova Health System:  Why Sustainability is Important to the Healthcare Industry and Modern Societies"; · Show '2': Charles (Chip) E. Goyette, Sustainability Director, Office of Sustainability, Inova Health System", (In-Studio),"Theme: "History of Sustainability at Inova and Current Vision, Mission, and Philosophy"; ·Show '3'  Charles (Chip) E. Goyette, Sustainability Director, Office of Sustainability, Inova Health System", (In-Studio), Theme: "Current Sustainability Programming and the Focus on ‘People’, i.e.  Patients, Families, Staff, and the Community"', and · Show '4': Charles (Chip) E. Goyette, Sustainability Director, Office of Sustainability, Inova Health System", (In-Studio),  Theme: "Where Inova and its Communities are Going from Here". Overview: Inova Health System (INOVA) has the mission to provide world-class healthcare – every time, every touch – to each person in every community it has the privilege to serve. INOVA serves more than two million people each year through its integrated network of hospitals, primary and specialty care practices, emergency and urgent care centers, outpatient services, and destination institutes. In addition to its world-class services provided to patients in its hospitals, it brings these services to area residents through subsidized health services, free or discounted charity care, clinical programs for low-income residents, and investments in cutting edge research. This two-fold approach is meant to help keep people healthy and out of the hospital. INOVA is committed to establishing an environment that is safer and healthier for patients, their families, employees, and community. INOVA’s sustainability program is designed to manage and minimize the health impacts of the resources used, the products bought, and the waste created. These efforts improve patients’ experiences and outcomes while at INOVA.  These efforts also keep patients out of its facilities in the first place by making local communities healthier places to live. “Do No Harm”, is the overriding principle as INOVA wants everyone to understand that there cannot be healthy people on a sick planet.
57:57
March 24, 2019
Solar Lighting & Renewable Energy MicroGrids for Quality of Life Among Rural & Dense Urban Communities - Mar 17, 2019 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Solar Lighting & Renewable Energy MicroGrids for Quality of Life Among Rural & Dense Urban Communities - Mar 17, 2019 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Show '1': Nikhil Jaisinghani, Co-Founder, Mera Gao Power and Soumitr Solutions, (In-Studio);Theme: "Indian Rural Communities: What Makes These Unique in Opportunities & Challenges for Solar Lighting & Renewable Energy MicroGrids"; · Show '2': Nikhil Jaisinghani, Co-Founder, Mera Gao Power and Soumitr Solutions, (In-Studio); Theme: "Kerosene: Its Use; Costs; Environmental Impacts; Improvements for Quality of Life Among Rural Communities & Families by its Replacement with Solar Lighting & Renewable Energy Microgrids"; ·Show '3'  Nikhil Jaisinghani, Co-Founder, Mera Gao Power and Soumitr Solutions, (In-Studio);    Theme: "Solar Lighting: Its Uses; Costs; Environmental Impacts; Improvements for Quality of Life Among Rural Communities & Families by Replacing Kerosene and Other Fossil Fuel Sources"; and · Show '4': Nikhil Jaisinghani, Co-Founder, Mera Gao Power and Soumitr Solutions, (In-Studio);   Theme: "Microgrids:  What are these? Why now? Impacts on National and Local Economies and Environments? Needed Investments?  Future Growth and Impacts?”. Overview: Mera Gao Power builds, owns, and operates micro grids in Uttar Pradesh, India serving off-grid villages with high quality, dependable lighting and mobile phone charging services. MGP’s unique model is able to provide service to a typical hamlet for less than US$1,000, making its lowest cost design the first commercially viable micro grid targeted at the rural poor. Typically, power is delivered through public funding, but in Sub Saharan Africa and India, hundreds of millions of people have been left off-grid by the national grid. Social enterprises have sprung up in both subcontinents, targeting unserved households with commercial electricity service. However, most such enterprises target the top quintile or two of the off-grid population.  MGP, however, was developed a business model which targets the poorest off-grid households and has developed a micro grid technology able to serve populations which earn under US$0.50 per day with meaningful, life-changing power while also delivering commercial returns to financiers.
01:07:45
March 17, 2019
Renewable Energy & Trees Providing Cycle of Life for the Planet - Nov 18, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Renewable Energy & Trees Providing Cycle of Life for the Planet - Nov 18, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
· Segment '1': John Borchers, President SolerCool Technologies, LLC, (In-Studio), Theme: "Post Harvest Crop Loss – Scope & Impact”; · Segment '2': John Leary, Executive Director, Trees for the Future, (In-Studio), Theme: "Trees, the Environment, ‘Green’ Jobs, and Long-Term Agricultural Impacts"; ·Segment '3' John Leary, Executive Director, Trees for the Future, (In-Studio), Theme: "Trees as Source of Economic Development, Sub-Saharan, and the Future of Planet Earth"; and · Segment '4': John Borchers, President SolerCool Technologies, LLC, (In-Studio), Theme: "SolerCool ColdShed – Filling the Gap in the Cold Chain from Farm to Market". Overview... SolerCool Ltd was founded by SimpliCool Technologies International, LLC which is a small company in the commercial refrigeration business that is focused on solutions to end-use customer problems. SimpliCool owns a proprietary refrigeration unit – the CUBE™, which is a modular, self-contained unit that produces a high volume of cold air and is very energy efficient. SimpliCool was working on the development of refrigerated storage units based on the Cube. At the same time, SimpliCool management was invited to participate in discussions about the post-harvest crop loss problem in India. The company’s development work had demonstrated that the CUBE could cool a space roughly equivalent to a restaurant walk-in refrigerator. Given the under-developed power grid in India, solar power was an obvious consideration. Solar powered refrigeration seemed to be a viable option for the storage concepts already being investigating. That led to the idea of a ColdShed™. SimpliCool formed SolerCool, Ltd to develop and market the now patented product. A team was assembled consisting of a PhD Mechanical Engineer, a PhD Electrical Engineer, a Technical Director with 25 years of experience designing chilled storage systems, an experienced General Manager and an Attorney with a large farming clientele. Within a year, the concept was turned into a functioning prototype of the ColdShed which was tested and shipped to India. Local sourcing was found for all necessary components except the Cube and an improved ColdShed was produced and tested extensively in the extreme conditions in India. The ColdShed was introduced at a major agricultural fair in Maharashtra where it was awarded 1st Prize for Innovation and Technology. It was also recognized as 1 of the top 10 innovations by the 1st All Africa Post Harvest Congress Innovation Challenge. The company has received a patent from the US Patent office and has patent pending in India. SolerCool is looking to grow in developing regions by forming business relationships with established companies in target countries. The relationships may be joint ventures, licensing agreements or sales agencies. SolerCool will provide technology, training and support to the local company along with management involvement. Components will be sourced locally or regionally, and the Cube will be supplied by SimpliCool from the US. The product is designed to be delivered to customers in a knocked down mode to be assembled with local labor on site. Customer financing arrangements are being developed. The founders of “Trees for the Future” Dave and Grace Deppner served in the early 1970’s as volunteers in the Philippines, where they witnessed the human tragedy brought on by illegal logging and unsustainable land management systems. Working with community leaders in nearby villages, the Deppners found a way to offer hope. They revitalized lands by providing farmers with tree seeds, technical training, and on-site planning assistance. After returning to the United States from their overseas assignments they continued what they had started, communicating by mail with the project leaders and providing seeds, information, and training materials. On August 14, 1989, “Trees for the Future” was incorporated as a public charity. Since then Trees for the Future has planted
58:05
November 18, 2018
Jobenomics Setting the Pace for Small Businesses & Jobs Creation Fostering Economic Wellbeing & Environmental Quality in the New 'Green' Economy - Nov 11, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Jobenomics Setting the Pace for Small Businesses & Jobs Creation Fostering Economic Wellbeing & Environmental Quality in the New 'Green' Economy - Nov 11, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
· Sh0w '1': Charles (Chuck) D. Vollmer, Author/Founder, Jobenomics National Grassroots Movement, (In-Studio, Theme: "Evolving Importance of Jobenomics and its National Grassroots Movement Setting the Pace For New ‘Green’ Small Business & Jobs Creation”; ;· Show '2': Charles (Chuck) D. Vollmer, Author/Founder, Jobenomics National Grassroots Movement, (In-Studio, Theme: "Jobenomics, Washington, D.C.:  Balancing New 'Green' Jobs and Business Development While Protecting The Environment"; ·Show '3'  Charles (Chuck) D. Vollmer, Author/Founder, Jobenomics National Grassroots Movement, (In-Studio,, (In-Studio), Theme: "Be Your Own Boss:  Power and Future for Nonemployee Businesses"; and · Show '4': Charles (Chuck) D. Vollmer, Author/Founder, Jobenomics National Grassroots Movement, (In-Studio, Theme:  "Network Technology Revolution:  Power of the Internet & Cybersecurity Growth", Overview... Jobenomics  deals with the process of creating and mass-producing startup companies and jobs.  Jobenomics’ principal focus is on citizens at the base of America’s socioeconomic pyramid with special emphasis on minorities, women, youth, veterans, and other hopefuls who want to develop a skill, career, and start a business.  Jobenomics as a National Grassroots Movement’s goal is to help facilitate the creation of 20 million net new U.S. jobs within the next decade.  The Movement has an estimated following of over 20 million people via social media, website, blog, lectures, and success of its Jobenomics America TV programs. Jobenomics’ website receives over 350,000 page views with the majority of viewers spending one-half hour or more online, not counting time spent reviewing hundreds of thousands of downloads of Jobenomics numerous books and research.  Today, Jobenomics has gained wide-spread support for its economic, urban renewal, small business, and workforce development efforts.  Over fifty U.S. communities and additional ones overseas have started Jobenomics initiatives led by local community leaders.
01:00:21
November 11, 2018
Outstanding Woman Environmental Photographer for Mother Earth - Nov 4, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Outstanding Woman Environmental Photographer for Mother Earth - Nov 4, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
· Show '1': Elisa Lees Munoz, Executive Director, International Women's Media Foundation (IWMF)*, (In-Studio),  Theme: "IWMF:  Organization’s Fellows Reporting on Environment Issues Focused on Female Communities"; · Show '2': Elisa Lees Munoz, Executive Director, International Women's Media Foundation (IWMF)*, (In-Studio),Theme: "IWMF Courage in Journalism Awards and Backgrounds on Awardees";, ·Show'3'  Elisa Lees Munoz, Executive Director, International Women's Media Foundation (IWMF)*, (In-Studio), Theme: "Environmental and Atmospheric Impacts on Wildlife from Women's Perspectives"; and · Show '4': Elisa Lees Munoz, Executive Director, International Women's Media Foundation (IWMF)*, (In-Studio), Theme:  "Minerals, Mining, and How Gem Industry is Affecting Local Communities from Women's Perspectives", Overview... The International Women's Media Foundation (IWMF) helps women transform the global news media by protecting, supporting, and promoting their work. IWMF fellows and grantees — both freelance and staff journalists — become experts in reporting in underserved regions, generate must-read stories, align with top outlets, and bring critical issues affecting women and others to light. IWMF is the only organization which provides safety training, byline opportunities, and emergency support tailored to female journalists and photographers around the world. With this work, the organization aggressively pursues a future with press freedom.  A future which includes a diversity of stories, voices, and perspectives.  There is a great focus by our "Fellows" and "Awardees" on the environment, climate change impacts on local communities, women, and their children, as well as loss of biodiversity, wildlife, and productive agricultural land. It  also recognizes "badass" female journalists and photographers whose courage sets them apart. It researches the factors that allow journalism to remain dominated by men while advocating for inclusive practices that help propel women and minorities into leadership.
01:00:07
November 04, 2018
Advancing Energy Resilience Security & Sustainable Infrastructure - Oct 28, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Advancing Energy Resilience Security & Sustainable Infrastructure - Oct 28, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
· Show '1':  David Winks, Managing Director, AcquSight and Member, InfraGard Electromagnetic Pulse SIG, (In-Studio),  Theme: "Rapid Hardening of Existing Power and Infrastructure Systems and Resilience By Design"; · Show '2':  Joseph (Joe) M. Saunders, President/CEO, RunSafe Security, Inc, (In-Studio),Theme: "Cyberharding for Critical Infrastructure"; ·Show '3' Michael (Mike) Martin, Vice President, Business Development, XNRGI, Inc., (In-Studio), Theme: "Understanding Ultra-High Densities Batteries Impact on MicroGrids and Off-Grid Distributed Energy Systems"'; and · Show '4': David Winks, Managing Director, AcquSight and Member, InfraGard   Electromagnetic Pulse SIG, (In-Studio), Theme: "What, Where, and How of Protecting Critical Infrastructure in Key Priority Areas. Overview... InfraGard is a partnership between the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the private sector. It is an association of persons who represent businesses, academic institutions, state and local law enforcement agencies, and other participants dedicated to sharing information and intelligence to prevent hostile acts against the U.S. Each InfraGard Members Alliance (IMA) is geographically linked with a FBI Field Office, providing all stakeholders immediate access to experts from law enforcement, industry, academic institutions and other federal, state and local government agencies. By utilizing the talents and expertise of the InfraGard network, information is shared to mitigate threats to our nation's critical infrastructures and key resources. Collaboration and communication are the keys to protection. Providing timely and accurate information to those responsible for safeguarding our critical infrastructures, even at a local level, is paramount in the fight to protect the United States and its resources. As Americans, our lifestyle, economy, and national security are supported by a complex framework of businesses and services. The central role of these critical infrastructures and key resources (CIKR), however, makes them especially vulnerable as targets for both physical and cyber attacks.  The Federal Bureau of Investigation's (FBI) priority programs share the common goal of protecting the nation's infrastructure and resources against threats posed by criminals and foreign adversaries. In support of their mission, Bureau teams including Cyber, Counterterrorism, Counterintelligence and others rely on close dialogue across government, but also benefit substantially from outside collaboration. The Federal Bureau of Investigation's (FBI) priority programs share the common goal of protecting the nation's infrastructure and resources against threats posed by criminals and foreign adversaries. In support of their mission, Bureau teams including Cyber, Counterterrorism, Counterintelligence and others rely on close dialogue across government, but also benefit substantially from outside collaboration.  There are 16 critical infrastructure sectors whose assets, systems, and networks, whether physical or virtual, are considered so vital to the United States that their incapacitation or destruction would have a debilitating effect on security, national economic security, national public health or safety, or any combination thereof.
57:58
October 28, 2018
India's New 'Green' Revolution Meeting Climate Change Challenges - Oct 21, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
India's New 'Green' Revolution Meeting Climate Change Challenges - Oct 21, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
· Show '1': Mohit (Bobby) Ahluwalia, Agricultural Soils Rejuvenation Consultant, Agricultural Development Trusts (KVKs) & State Governments of India, (In-Studio),  Theme: "India:  Agricultural Challenges, Opportunities, and Realities of a Rapidly Expanding World Power"; · Show '2': Mohit (Bobby) Ahluwalia, Agricultural Soils Rejuvenation Consultant, Agricultural Development Trusts (KVKs) & State Governments of India, (In-Studio),Theme: "Best Practices and Government Policies at Federal and State Levels of India"; ·Show '3'  Mohit (Bobby) Ahluwalia, Agricultural Soils Rejuvenation Consultant, Agricultural Development Trusts (KVKs) & State Governments of India, (In-Studio), Theme:   "Advancing Agricultural Practices in India"'; and · Show '4': Mohit (Bobby) Ahluwalia, Agricultural Soils Rejuvenation Consultant, Agricultural Development Trusts (KVKs) & State Governments of India, (In-Studio),  Theme:  "Mission and Vision of Leading the Adoption of Agricultural ‘Best Practices’ in India". Overview... Regenerative Agriculture” describes farming and grazing practices that, among other benefits, reverse climate change by rebuilding soil organic matter and restoring degraded soil biodiversity – resulting in both carbon drawdown and improving the water cycle. Specifically, Regenerative Agriculture is a holistic land management practice that leverages the power of photosynthesis in plants to close the carbon cycle, and build soil health, crop resilience and nutrient density. Regenerative agriculture improves soil health, primarily through the practices that increase soil organic matter. This not only aids in increasing soil biota diversity and health, but increases biodiversity both above and below the soil surface, while increasing both water holding capacity and sequestering carbon at greater depths, thus drawing down climate-damaging levels of atmospheric CO2, and improving soil structure to reverse civilization-threatening human-caused soil loss. Research continues to reveal the damaging effects to soil from tillage, applications of agricultural chemicals and salt based fertilizers, and carbon mining. Regenerative Agriculture reverses this paradigm to build for the future. Building biological ecosystem diversity begins with inoculation of soils with composts or compost extracts to restore soil microbial community population, structure and functionality restoring soil system energy (Compounds as exudates) through full-time planting of multiple crop intercrop plantings, multispecies cover crops, and borders planted for bee habitat and other beneficial insects. This can include the highly successful push-pull systems. It is critical to change synthetic nutrient dependent monocultures, low-biodiversity and soil degrading practices. Reference:  What is Regenerative Agriculture?, 02/24/2017/ by Regeneration International, Authors: The Carbon Underground and Regenerative Agriculture Initiative,  Published: February 16, 2017
57:46
October 21, 2018
"Reconnect, Renew, and Rebuild Through Innovative and Resilient Technologies in Disaster Zones and At-Risk Communities - Oct 14, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
"Reconnect, Renew, and Rebuild Through Innovative and Resilient Technologies in Disaster Zones and At-Risk Communities - Oct 14, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
· Show '1': Ron Ben-Zeev, President & CEO, World Housing Solution, (By Skype)*,  Theme: "Reducing Logistics Challenges for the U.S. Military and NGO’s"; · Show '2': Ben-Zeev, President & CEO, World Housing Solution, (By Skype)*, Theme: "The 'Best Practices Delivering Equivalency of Care on a Mobile Platform"; · Show '3'  Matthew (Matt) Parham, Electrical Engineer, SOLAR STIK, (By Skype)*; Theme: "The Power of Renewable Energy for Disaster Areas, At-Risk Communities, and Conflict Zones"; and · Show '4': Matthew (Matt) Parham, Electrical Engineer, SOLAR STIK, (By Skype)*, Theme: "Multiple Applications of Portable, Resilient, and Sustainable Renewable Energy; with *"Special Guest" Joel Coulter, President, Mobile Sciences Consortium, "(In-Studio Skype Back-Up). WHS was founded following the disastrous 2010 earthquake in Haiti which left 1.5million people homeless.   WHS set out to provide an alternative housing solution for emergency relief and impoverished areas. The resulting product - WHS’s Rapidly Deployable Shelter (RDS) - provides a shelter solution that is prefabricated, ships disassembled, and is easily erected on location without site improvements.  Equally important, the composite RDS structure is highly insulated, providing a clean, energy efficient shelter capable of being run off-grid with alternative energy. This caught the attention of UN Naval Construction Battalions, better known as Seabees.  The RDS was exactly what they needed to quickly deploy a high efficiency shelter in a challenging environment.  Word spread quickly, and now WHS is a significant rigid walled shelter supplier to US government entities including USSOCOM, USN, USAF, US Marines, FEMA, and others.   RDS has been successfully deployed to USA, Europe, Africa, and the South Pacific. At Solar Stik there is a milestone or breakthrough nearly every day. Whether the Engineering Team designs a new product, Production Team ships a huge order, or it welcomes a new addition to the Team, it’s moments like these which makes Solar Stik such a special and growing company. The U.S. Small Business Administration certifies Solar Stik as a Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) located in a Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Zone (HUBZone). This new designation allows the company to access vital contracts and further assist our customers in saving lives across the globe. After 20 years of service at Solar Stik, Stephanie Hollis, M.D. is appointed President and CEO. One of Solar Stik’s original founding members and an anesthesiologist by trade, her extensive medical experience matches her operational business experience designing, building, deploying, and supporting rugged power systems across the globe. With Dr. Hollis at the helm, Solar Stik is poised to take advantage of these greater opportunities, including new markets, partnerships, and products.
58:00
October 14, 2018
WHOLives Water As Life for One Billion People, One Well at a Time - Aug 26, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
WHOLives Water As Life for One Billion People, One Well at a Time - Aug 26, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Title: "WHOLives with Water Is Life: Meeting the Needs of One Billion People with Water, Health, & Opportunities One Well at a Time". ·* Show '1': John Renouard, Founder & Director, Water, Health, & Opportunity Lives (WHOLives), (By Skype)*, Theme: "Beating the Baseline so Communities and Families Win the Race for Life with Clean Drinking Water", ·*Show '2': Dr. Christopher (Chris) A. Mattson, Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Brigham Young University, (By-Skype)*, Theme: "Advanced Engineering Answering the Call for Practical Solutions Bringing Pure Drinking Water to Challenged Communities", *Show '3' Daniel (Danny) O. Smith and Victoria (Batista) Baird, Design Exploration Group Assistants, Mechanical Engineering, Brigham Young University, (By Skype)*, Theme: "Harnessing the Ingenuity of Young Engineers Creating Practical Solutions for Today's Water Challenges"; and *Show '4': Christopher (Chris) Tibbitts, Director of Global Development, Water, Health, & Opportunity Lives (WHOLives) & The Village Drill, (In-Studio and Skype Back-Up)* "Special Guest", Theme: "Appropriate Technology + Low Investment + High Impact = Increased Water, Better Health, and Greater Community Opportunities with The Village Drill", The WHO of WHOLives, stands for WATER, HEALTH and OPPORTUNITY. It is by solving these three issues that an individual, community, or nation can escape the enslaving power of poverty. There are no examples of villages, communities, or countries that have defeated poverty without first solving their clean water issues. Statistics from the United Nations Development Programmer (UNDP) report 3.4 million people die every year as a result of scarce and contaminated water. Yet, the developing world is littered with broken pumps and contaminated wells installed by well-meaning organizations and individuals. Self-reliance and sustainability disappear when wells are given away with more dependency is actually created. The mission of WHOLives, an award-winning, world-wide non-profit organization, is to eradicate scarce and contaminated water issues by providing sustainable water, health, and economic opportunities to people throughout the developing world. John Renouard, the Founder and Director of WHOLives, quickly learned that the answer to keeping wells operational is found in the phrase, “A well that is making money gets fixed the day it breaks”. Because we encourage local ownership and economic viability with each installed water system, wells are locally maintained in perpetuity. This is also true for a drill team placing the wells. The ability to generate constant income is the key to creating a sustainable and profitable drilling business. The solution begins with the revolutionary, human powered Village Drill. The Village Drill can drill in 75% more places for 75% less money than a traditional diesel powered drill rig, allowing communities to afford a well without help from an NGO or their government. This simple change has enabled a sustainable model which again, creates opportunity, rather than dependency. WHOLives is serving people in developing nations across the globe. Currently there are eighty-five [85] drill teams in thirty-six [36] countries. Collectively WHOLives, with The Village Drill, has drilled over 3,000 wells in the past three and one-half [3 and 1/2] years. Simply stated by John Renouard, "There is so much more to be done" to bring fresh, clean, and pure water to literally one-half of the world's population. It will be a great pleasure working and collaborating with WHOLives and The Village Drill in the future on additional The EmeraldPlanet TV programs. These featured guests can be selected from among your various community members, clients, and colleagues, sponsors and supporters, or any community based organizations actively balancing economic and community development projects, programs, and activities while enhancing environmental quality within local communitie
57:57
August 26, 2018
Reclaiming the Anacostia River Report Card for a Swimmable Fishable River - Aug 12, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Reclaiming the Anacostia River Report Card for a Swimmable Fishable River - Aug 12, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Title:  "Reclaiming the Anacostia River: A Report Card of Projects and Progress 'Creating a Swimmable and Fishable River' by 2025" Show '1':  James (Jim) R. Foster, President and CEO, Anacostia Watershed Society, (In-Studio), Theme: "Anacostia River Receives First Passing Grade!” Show '2': Ariel Trahan, Director, River Restoration Programs, Anacostia Watershed Society, (In-Studio),  Theme: "Earth Day Cleanups By the Numbers:  Reclaiming the Anacostia River One Volunteer at a Time" Show '3'  Ariel Trahan, Director, River Restoration Programs, Anacostia Watershed Society, (In-Studio), Theme:    "Engaging the Community for Watershed Protection; Forest Ecology; Invasive Species Removal; & Community Outreach" Show '4':  James (Jim) R. Foster, President and CEO, Anacostia Watershed Society, (In-Studio), Theme: "Anacostia Watershed Mussels Restoration Project:  Healing the River With a Little Help From a Few Million Friends" Overview: The Anacostia Watershed Society was founded in 1989 by a small group of concerned individuals who decided that the environmental needs of the Anacostia River and its watershed communities required serious attention. Over the past three decades, its staff and programming efforts have expanded significantly to encompass efforts in environmental education, stewardship, and recreation, as well as engaging the community through public affairs. The mission of the Anacostia Watershed Society is to protect and restore the Anacostia River and its watershed communities by cleaning the water, recovering the shores, and honoring the heritage.  The vision is to make the Anacostia River and its tributaries ‘swimmable and fishable’, in keeping with the Clean Water Act, for the health and enjoyment of everyone in the community. Community involvement is critical to achieving this vision and AWS seeks win-win-win solutions through strong partnerships and coalitions, with all parts of the community including governments, non-profits, communities of faith, schools, private businesses, citizens, among numerous others. Since 1989, AWS has mobilized thousands of volunteers and supporters to plant trees, stencil storm drains, restore wetlands, pick up trash, write letters, make phone calls, paddle canoes and kayaks, ride pontoon boats, participate in rallies, hike, bike and walk, remove invasive plants, stabilize stream banks, watch slideshows, visit local landmarks, row, and much, much more, all in the name of returning the Anacostia River and its surrounding communities to a clean and healthy condition. The organization’s grassroots organizing efforts have created an enlightened community of citizen stakeholders who are aware of their connection to the natural world and who work to promote environmental and social healing throughout the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. AWS’s work in urban, suburban, and rural school systems has contributed much to the development of an informed and empowered generation of young people.
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August 12, 2018
D.C. Water World-Class 'Best Practices' Healing Rivers with Nature - Aug 5, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
D.C. Water World-Class 'Best Practices' Healing Rivers with Nature - Aug 5, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Title:  "D.C. Water:  World-Class 'Best Practices' Protecting, Enhancing, and Healing Washington Capital District's Rivers While Increasing Nature in Urban Areas" *  Show '1':  Ryu Suzuki, P.E., Manager, Process Engineering, D.C. Water (Water Is Life), (In-Studio), Theme: "D.C. Water:  World-Class Operation in the Heart of America's Capital City Providing Health and Environmental Protection as Water Is Life!" * Show  '2':  Ryu Suzuki, P.E., Manager, Process Engineering, D.C. Water (Water Is Life), (In-Studio), Theme: "Solid Waste-to-Energy:  Thermal Hydrolysis Process Facility Putting Theory Into Practice for the Good of D.C. Water, Ratepayers, and the Environment" * Showt '3':  Seth Charde, PLA, LEED AP, Program Manager, Green Infrastructure Construction, D.C. Water (Water Is Life), (In-Studio), Theme: "Why, Were, How, and Future Impacts Across the Decades through Washington, D.C.'s B-I-G Dig" * Show '4':   Seth Charde, PLA, LEED AP, Program Manager, Green Infrastructure Construction, D.C. Water (Water Is Life), (In-Studio), Theme: "Matching World-Class Technological Wonders of the B-I-G Dig with Nature's Healing Processes of Green Infrastructure" Overviews:  The District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (DCWASA) was created by District law in 1996, with the approval of the United States Congress, as an independent authority of the District Government with a separate legal existence. In 2010 the Authority rebranded and became “D.C. Water (Water Is Life). DC Water provides more than 681,000 residents and 21.3 million annual visitors in the District of Columbia with retail water and wastewater (sewer) service. With a total service area of approximately 725 square miles, DC Water also treats wastewater for approximately 1.6 million people in neighboring jurisdictions, including Montgomery and Prince George’s counties in Maryland and Fairfax and Loudoun counties in Virginia. During recent Fiscal Year DC Water pumped an average of more than 99 million gallons of water per day. In addition, DC Water stores 61 million gallons of treated water at its eight facilities. The Washington Aqueduct stores an additional 49 million gallons. DC Water delivers water through 1,350 miles of interconnected pipes, four pumping stations, five reservoirs, three water tanks, 43,860 valves, and 9,510 fire hydrants.  DC Water operates 1,900 miles of sanitary and combined sewers, 160 flow meters, nine wastewater pumping stations, 16 stormwater pumping stations, 12 inflatable dams and a swirl facility. Blue Plains Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant is located at the southernmost tip of the District, covering more than 150 acres along the Potomac River. Blue Plains is the largest advanced wastewater treatment facility in the world.
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August 05, 2018
Children and Youth Leading the Way with "Our Green Planet" through Art Education - Jul 29, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Children and Youth Leading the Way with "Our Green Planet" through Art Education - Jul 29, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Title: "Creating ‘Our Green Planet’ Through Art Education as Children and Youth Lead the Way for a Better Environment While Protecting Mother Earth" * Show '1': Jason Wang, President, US-China Council for International Exchanges Inc. & Creator, “Our Green Planet” Art Contest & Exhibition and Anne Friend, Education Coordinator & Camp Director, (Lorton) Workhouse Arts Center, Host, “Our Green Planet” Art Contest & Exhibition, (In-Studio), Theme: "OUR GREEN PLANET: Experiment of Promoting Environmental Protection Through Art Education for Children” (Washington Children’s Art Contest and Exhibition) * Show '2': Ms. Lily Shen, Mother of Eileen Zou & Special Advisor; Eileen Zou, Age ‘7’, in the 1st Grade, Hunt Valley Elementary School, Painter of "Earth Flower"; and Aiyana Bage, Age ‘8’, 3rd Grade, Floris Elementary School, Painter of "Stay United and Save Our Mother Earth", (In-Studio), Theme: "Students Sharing Their Art and Ideas About Saving Mother Earth" * Show '3': Ms. Dinny Li, President, Hope Chinese School Summer Camp Program and Member, Organizing Committee, “Our Green Planet” Art Contest & Exhibition and Ms. Xiaoyee Zhong, Art Instructor, US Art School, Students in “Our Green Planet” Children’s Art Contest and Exhibition, (In-Studio), Theme: "Art, Environment, Fostering Creativity, so The Next Generations (TNGs) are Skilled Leaders for Our Green Planet" * Show '4': Elin Victoria Ruffner, age 11, 6th Grade, Canterbury Woods Elementary School, Painter of "Not Enough Water" and Taylor Cassandra Ruffner, age 11, 6th Grade, Canterbury Woods Elementary School, Painter of "Trapped by Trash", (In-Studio), Theme: "Art Expressing New Sensitivity and Appreciation for Protecting Our Green Planet". Overviews: “Our Green Planet” Washington Children’s Art Contest and Exhibition program introduces the organizers, participants, supportive parents, and Art Instructors This is a most successful educational program to encourage “The Next Generations” (TNGs) to use their creative minds and passion for the environment and Mother Earth. As a dynamic and creative art program for children and youth it helps to forge a new artistic narrative by allowing them to take up their brushes, colors, pens, ink, crayons, and paper to voice their love for and appreciation about life on Earth and all living beings. They also express their concerns and stands on reducing negative impact on land, water, and air while demonstrating their passion and vision for solutions through art to save Mother Earth. This creative endeavor was initiated and co-organized by the: US-China Council for International Exchanges, Inc..; Vienna (Virginia) Art Society; Chinese Cultural and Art League; American Chinese School; and across all nine campuses of the Hope Chinese School. “Our Green Planet” creations were exhibited at the Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton, Virginia. This collection of original art work was created in such diversified media as acrylic on canvas, water colors, pastels using colored pencils, and crayons. There were nearly one hundred children, between ages 6 to 17-years of age involved from the Greater Washington, D.C. Capital Region. The effort to protect Mother Earth through children’s art education program helps increase the public awareness about environmental challenges and also enriches art education for children in schools and communities. Not only are the children and youth gaining understanding and appreciation for the environment and severe climate change they are educating their parents and extended families about the perils facing all living beings on Planet Earth from violent climate change and environmental degradation. The U.S. - China Council for International Exchange, Inc. is a non-profit governmental organization (NGO) dedicated to promoting sustainable, social, and economic development. Such development is realized through international exchanges between Chinese and American schools, enterprises, and NGOs. These areas inclu
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July 29, 2018
Meteorology, Study of the Arctic, and Climate Change:  What Starts in the Arctic Does not Stay in the Arctic--Impacts on the Future of Planet Earth" - Jul 15, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Meteorology, Study of the Arctic, and Climate Change: What Starts in the Arctic Does not Stay in the Arctic--Impacts on the Future of Planet Earth" - Jul 15, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Title: "Meteorology, Study of the Arctic, and Climate Change: What Starts in the Arctic Does not Stay in the Arctic--Impacts on the Future of Planet Earth" · Show '1': Carven Scott, Regional Director, NOAA-National Weather Service, Alaska Region Headquarters Lead, NOAA Alaska Regional Team, (By Skype)*; Theme: "National Oceanic And Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and National Weather Service--Direct Links to the U.S. Arctic Region and the Lower-48" Show '2': Carven Scott, Regional Director, NOAA-National Weather Service, Alaska Region Headquarters Lead, NOAA Alaska Regional Team, (By Skype)*; Theme: "Impacts of a 'Warming Alaska' on the State, Arctic Region, and the Lower-48"; Show '3': Carven Scott, Regional Director, NOAA-National Weather Service, Alaska Region Headquarters Lead, NOAA Alaska Regional Team, (By Skype)*; Theme: "National Weather Service, Sea Ice Conditions and Changes, and Linkages with Indigenous Alaskan Citizens" Show '4': Carven Scott, Regional Director, NOAA-National Weather Service, Alaska Region Headquarters Lead, NOAA Alaska Regional Team, (By Skype)*; Theme: "What Happens in the Arctic Does not Stay in the Arctic"; with *"Special Guest" Charles (Chuck) H. Botwick, President, CHB Infrastructure, Technology, and Marketing Group, LLC., (In-Studio Skype Back-Up. Overview: Carven Scott is Regional Director, National Oceanic And Atmospheric Administration (NOAA-National Weather Service, Alaska Region Headquarters Lead, NOAA Alaska Regional Team. The Alaska Region provides weather, water, aviation and climate services to the nation’s largest and most geographically complex area. Mr. Scott earned a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology with a minor in Computer Science in 1975 from Texas A&M University, where he earned a Master of Science in Meteorology in 1977. Mr. Scott oversees three Weather Forecast Offices, the National Tsunami Warning Center, the Alaska Pacific River Forecast Center, the Alaska Aviation Weather Unit, the Anchorage Center Weather Service Unit and 11 Weather Service Offices. The Alaska Aviation Weather Unit manages the Anchorage Volcanic Ash Advisory Center (VAAC), one of only nine such centers worldwide. The National Tsunami Warning Center is responsible for warning the Pacific and Atlantic coasts of the continental United States and Canada. Alaska Region’s marine forecast and warning area is expansive, from the Canadian Border to the Russian Border, including the Gulf of Alaska, the Bering Sea and the Arctic Coast. Mr. Scott proudly served in the military for more than 30 years, retiring as a Captain in the Navy Reserve in March 2014. During his last tour he served as the Commanding Officer of the Naval Meteorology and Oceanography (METOC) Reserve Headquarters Unit. He completed Joint Professional Military Education (JPME) Phase I through the Naval War College in 2009, and was designated as an Information Dominance Warfare Officer (IDWO) in 2010. Mr. Scott was awarded the Navy Meritorious Service Medal in 2014. National Oceanic And Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is an agency that enriches life through science. Its reach goes from the surface of the sun to the depths of the ocean floor as it works to keep citizens informed of the changing environment around them. From daily weather forecasts, severe storm warnings, and climate monitoring to fisheries management, coastal restoration, and supporting marine commerce, NOAA’s products and services support economic vitality and affect more than one-third of America’s gross domestic product. NOAA’s dedicated scientists use cutting-edge research and high-tech instrumentation to provide citizens, planners, emergency managers and other decision makers with reliable information they need when they need it.
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July 15, 2018
Electrifying Africa with New Power Sources, Infrastructure, & Funding - Jul 8, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Electrifying Africa with New Power Sources, Infrastructure, & Funding - Jul 8, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Title:  "Electrifying the World – Bringing New Power Sources and Infrastructure, Leadership Training, Partnerships, and Excellence to the African Continent…and the World" * Show '1': Dr. Lawrence E. Jones, Vice President, International Programs, Edison Electric Institute*, (In-Studio), Theme:   "Leadership of the Edison Electric Institute for Creativity, Innovation, Sustainability, and Resilience for Economic and Environmental Development Across the African Continent and Around the World"; * Segment '2':  Dr. Lawrence E. Jones, Vice President, International Programs, Edison Electric Institute*, (In-Studio), Theme: "Cleaner Energy in the Age of Hybridity" * Show '3':  Dr. Lawrence E. Jones, Vice President, International Programs, Edison Electric Institute*, (In-Studio), Theme: "Electrifying the Continent of Africa Requires Cathedral Thinking and Holistic Solutions" * Show '4':  Dr. Lawrence E. Jones, Vice President, International Programs, Edison Electric Institute*, (In-Studio), Theme: "EEI Engagements in Africa and Around the World" Overview: Dr. Lawrence E. Jones is an Author, Energy Practitioner, Thought Leader, Realistic Futurist, and Vice President of International Programs, Edison Electric Institute with over three decades of experience in the energy industry. He is the Chair of the 21st Century Power Partnerships Public-Private Leadership Forum which is an initiative of the Clean Energy Ministerial; an Honorary Industry Fellow at Monash Energy Materials and Systems Institute, Monash University in Australia; and Senior Associate (Non-Resident) at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington DC. Under his leadership, EEI’s International Programs has more than 70-member companies with operations in over 90 countries, on six continents, and has launched several new strategic initiatives including the annual Global Electricity Forum, the Africa Utility Power Sector Exchange, and the Thomas Edison International Utility Executive Fellowship Program. Prior to joining EEI, Dr. Jones worked for Alstom Grid in the US. During his tenure at Alstom, he was North America Vice President for Utility Innovation & Infrastructure Resilience at Alstom Grid Inc. He was a visiting scientist at Électricité de France S.A. (EDF; Electricity of France) in France and worked on power system projects for ABB (ASEA Brown Boveri) in Sweden. He has received numerous industry awards including: 2017 Global Excellence Award in Renewable Energy from the Energy and Environment Foundation of India; and the Renewable Energy World Network 2012 Excellence in Renewable Award for Leadership in Technology. Dr. Jones received his MSc, Licentiate and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden. He is a Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). The Edison Electric Institute (EEI) is the association that represents all U.S. investor-owned electric companies. Its members provide electricity for 220 million Americans, and operate in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. As a whole, the electric power industry supports more than seven [7] million jobs in communities across the United States. In addition to its U.S. members, EEI has more than seventy [70] international electric companies as International Members…and growing, operating across ninety [90] countries, on six continents, along with with hundreds of industry suppliers and related organizations as Associate Members. Organized in 1933, EEI provides public policy leadership, strategic business intelligence, essential conferences, and forums, among other services.
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July 08, 2018
Strategic Partnership ShelterBox USA and Rotary International Changing LIves Facing More Dramatic Climate Change - Jun 10, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Strategic Partnership ShelterBox USA and Rotary International Changing LIves Facing More Dramatic Climate Change - Jun 10, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Title:  "Strategic Partnership ShelterBox USA and Rotary International: Caring for Disaster Victims; Turning Despair into Hope; Changing Millions of Lives; One ShelterBox at a Time in the Face of Ever More Dramatic Climate Change"  * Show '1':   Sarah Robinson, Director of Strategic Partnerships, ShelterBox USA (Disaster Relief), (In Studio)* and "Special Guest" (In-Studio Skype Back-Up);  Theme:   "ShelterBox: Providing Shelter From The Havoc of Ecological and Human Made Disasters; * Show '2':  "William (Bill) Woodard, Member, Board of Directors and Response Team Member, ShelterBox USA, (By Skype)*,  Theme: "Growing to Meet the Global Needs – Our Imperative to Do More in Times of Expanding Climate Change Impacts" * Show '3':  Yi Shun Lai, Member, Board of Directors and Response Team Member, ShelterBox USA, (By Skype)* Theme: "Stories from the Field:  Humanitarian Work through the Eyes of a Writer"; * Show '4':  Erik Elsea, Ambassador, ShelterBox USA, (By Skype)*; Theme: "2,552 Miles on the Mississippi River in a Canoe, How One Man is Choosing to Make a Difference", with *"Special Guest" Sarah Robinson, Director of Strategic Partnerships, ShelterBox USA (Disaster Relief), (In-Studio Skype Back-Up). Overview: ShelterBox USA is made up of people who believe in shelter as a human right – that shelter from the chaos of disaster and conflict is vital. When people are plunged into crisis, normality is suspended. But good, quality shelter can cut through the chaos. This is why we provide the tools that enable people to rebuild homes and transform their lives. ShelterBox envisions a world in which all people displaced by disasters and humanitarian crises are rapidly provided with the vital emergency shelter and household aid they so desperately need. This drives us to transform the support of our donors, fundraisers and volunteers into the hope and power of families all over the world – the power to rebuild homes, lives and communities. Our impatience leads to determination. We will do whatever it takes to ensure that no family goes without shelter. Since the organization’s inception in 2000 it has sheltered almost 1.5 million people in 100 countries worldwide. Sarah Robinson, Director of Strategic Partnerships, ShelterBox USA (Disaster Relief), Sarah has a love for service and finds ways to help others, as a community volunteer, and through her non-profit career. Sarah is on the boards of The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History and the Rotary Club of Albuquerque Rio Grande, where she has assumed her term as President. She worked for the American Cancer Society for 12 years and was a Vice President there prior to joining the ShelterBox team. Sarah shares her powerful stories of the about the incredible impact ShelterBox is having for families displaced around the globe on a day-by-day basis.. William (Bill) Woodard is a Member, Board of Directors and Response Team Member of ShelterBox USA,. “Bill” lives in Vancouver, Washington. He is an Honorary Member of the Eugene Delta Rotary Club and has been a ShelterBox volunteer for five years. During that time he has raised over US$200,000 for the organization and as a member of the Board of Directors is helping to steer the future of this grass-roots organization.
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June 10, 2018
Biotecture Planet Earth: Housing, Commercial Buildings, and Critical Infrastructures While Complimenting the Environment - Jun 3, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Biotecture Planet Earth: Housing, Commercial Buildings, and Critical Infrastructures While Complimenting the Environment - Jun 3, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Title:  "Biotecture Planet Earth: Housing, Commercial Buildings, and Critical Infrastructures While Complimenting the Environment" * SHow '1':  Alix W. Henry, President, Biotecture Planet Earth, (By Skype)*, Theme: "Biotecture Planet Earth: Why Self-Sustainability is Important for Humanitarian Purposes"; * Show '2':  Michael Reynolds, Director Earthship and Biotecture Representative, (By Skype)*, Theme: "Introduction to Earthships. The 6 Principles."; * Show '3': Michael Reynolds, Director Earthship and Biotecture Representative, (By Skype)*, Theme: "History of Earthships. Challenges and Future Projects."; and * Show '4': Deborah Binder, Manager, International Public Relations, Biotecture Planet Earth (By Skype)*; Theme: "Best Practices of Building Earthships Around the World"; with   *"Special Guest"  Dr. Jose Colucci Rios, B.S., CH.E., Professor and Associate Dean (Ret.), College of Engineering, University of Puerto Rico Overviews:  Biotecture Planet Earth, a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Taos, New Mexico. It is partnering with Earthship Biotecture and the Zuni Environmental Protection Program, to launch its first humanitarian project in New Mexico and to construct the world’s first ever fully self-sustaining Earthship veterinary clinic. An Earthship is a state-of-the-art self-sustainable off-grid building that provides its own electricity, harvests rain-water for washing and drinking and treats its own sewage. The building stays at a comfortable temperature using the principles of thermal mass and produces its own food. It is largely built out of natural and repurposed materials. Today, the Pueblo of Zuni is serviced only by a temporary veterinary clinic that is open to the public during a few weeks each year, staffed mainly by volunteer veterinary professionals from the Native American Veterinary Services organization who have done outstanding work to improve the situation. By building an Earthship and using it as a veterinary clinic, the costs in utility bills will be drastically reduced. The clinic will be able to remain open and available during a longer and more continuous period of time. The Earthship veterinary clinic is key to the well-being and comfort of the residents of the Pueblo of Zuni and its animals. The veterinary clinic will address problems such as reducing the number of stray animals, lowering the risk of animal-to-human disease transmission such as rabies, and improving the overall relationship between local residents and pets as well as livestock. At the same time, the construction of the new veterinary clinic as an Earthship is addressing another problem faced by the Zuni Pueblo: it will use close to 1,000 old discarded tires, as well as bottles, aluminum cans, and discarded cardboard in an effort to recycle a large amount of repurposeful previously used materials found abandoned in the area. Funding for the project is partly provided by the RAID (Recycling and Illegal Dumping) grant from the New Mexico Environment Department Solid Waste Bureau in addition to donations from generous volunteers, individuals, and foundations. The building was able to be constructed in only three [3] weeks by bringing an expert crew of Earthship builders from Taos to the Pueblo of Zuni in order to teach local volunteers as well as participants from all over the world the techniques of building a fully self-sustainable Earthship.
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June 03, 2018
Work of ARCUS on Enhancing Environmental Quality, Expanding Indigenous Peoples Leadership While Protecting The Arctic - May 20, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Work of ARCUS on Enhancing Environmental Quality, Expanding Indigenous Peoples Leadership While Protecting The Arctic - May 20, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Work of ARCUS on Enhancing Environmental Quality, Expanding Indigenous Peoples Leadership, While Protecting The Arctic Segment '1': Dr. Robert H. Rich, CAE, Executive Director, Arctic Research Consortium of the United Status (ARCUS), (In-Studio and Skype Back-Up)*, Theme: "Understanding the Changing Arctic - Research and Education Connections Enable Environmental Awareness, Resilience, Sustainable Development, and Planning"; Show 1- 0-12:53 Segment '2': Dr. Brenda Ekwurzel, Senior Climate Scientist and Director of Climate Science, Climate & Energy Program, Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS), (In-Studio), Theme: "Strengthening Scientific Analysis and Outreach for Sound U.S. Climate Policies, Especially for the Arctic, Making Climate Change Science Accessible to Diverse Audiences" Show 2-15:03-27:49 Segment '3': Deanna Wheeler, Science Teacher & Arctic Circle Explorer, J.C. Parks Elementary School, Indian Head, MD", (In-Studio), Theme: "Melding the Love of Learning and the Out-of-Doors so 'No Child is Left Indoors' in Hands-on Experiential Education" Show 3-30:05-42:56 Segment '4: Kaare Ray Sikuaq Erickson, North Slope Science Liaison, Ukpeagvik Inupiaq Corporation (UIC) Science, (By Skype)*, Theme: "Challenges of Arctic Communities While Identifying Traditional, Creative, Realistic, and Effective Ways to Alleviate or Solve These Issues While Reducing Climate Change Impacts Show 4-45:04-end Overview: The Arctic Research Consortium of the United States (ARCUS) has been connecting Arctic research since 1988. Because of its regional nature, Arctic research often cuts across multiple disciplines, organizations, nations, and populations. ARCUS provides intangible infrastructure to support the formation and enhancement of connections across these boundaries, working toward a more holistic understanding of the Arctic. Supported by government agencies, foundations, and others who share a desire to advance Arctic knowledge, ARCUS maintains a portfolio of programs to communicate, educate, coordinate, and collaborate to advance Arctic understanding. ARCUS members advance understanding of the Arctic through science, technology, Indigenous knowledge, and education. Members promote the application of this knowledge to Arctic and global challenges, and address questions that require the collaborative skills and resources of scientists, engineers, educators, Indigenous knowledge holders, and others. ARCUS works closely with other organizations with Arctic interests, such as the U.S. Arctic Research Commission (USARC), the Polar Research Board (PRB), the International Arctic Science Committee (IASC), the Arctic Institute of North America (AINA), the European Polar Board, the Arctic Council and its scientific working groups, the Association for Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS), and Polar Educators International (PEI). ARCUS is a U.S. 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation that serves the Arctic research community. Membership is open to academic, research, government, Indigenous, and corporate organizations, as well as individuals who want to advance Arctic research. Representatives of member organizations constitute the Council of ARCUS and elect the Board of Directors. Members receive preferential opportunities to lead, support, and participate in ARCUS activities. Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) was founded in 1969 by scientists and students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. That year, the Vietnam War was at its height and Cleveland’s heavily polluted Cuyahoga River had caught fire. Appalled at how the U.S. government was misusing science, the UCS founders drafted a statement calling for scientific research to be directed away from military technologies and toward solving pressing environmental and social problems.
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May 20, 2018
The Frontiers of Ecological Design - May 13, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
The Frontiers of Ecological Design - May 13, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Title:  "The Frontiers of Ecological Design" * Show '1':   Dr. Philip (Phil) Hawes, SFIA, Architect, Biosphere2, (By Telephone)*, Theme: "Using Common-Sense to Design Truly Sustainable Communities" * Show '2':  Max Zahniser, LEED Fellow, Architect and Co-Working Entrepreneur, "City CoHo" Sustainability Project, Philadelphia, PA, (By Telephone)*; Theme: "Regenerative Development" * Show  '3':  Stephen Shearin, Partner, American GreenCrete & Consultant, G.I.S. Consulting (Zero Waste Recycling Program), (By Skype)*, Theme: "Waste-to-Construction Materials While Generating Alternative Power" * Show '4: Christopher Zelov, Award Winning Filmmaker and Developer, 1st EcoDistrict in Philadelphia, PA, (In-Studio and Skype Back-Up)*, Theme:  "Edge-Ucation: Exploring the Future of Design" *Telephone & Skype Back-Up by Christopher Zelow, Award Winning Filmmaker Overviews: The University of Arizona’s “Biosphere 2” is one of the world’s most unique facilities dedicated to the research and understanding of global scientific issues. The Biosphere 2 facility serves as a laboratory for controlled scientific studies, an arena for scientific discovery and discussion, and a far-reaching provider of public education. Its mission is to serve as a center for research, outreach, teaching, and life-long learning about Earth, its living systems, and its place in the universe; to catalyze interdisciplinary thinking and understanding about Earth and its future; to be an adaptive tool for Earth education and outreach to industry, government, and the public; and to distill issues related to Earth systems planning and management for use by policymakers, students, and the public. The iconic design of Biosphere 2 offers tremendous opportunities for research in earth and ecological sciences. The striking 3-acre physical structure is paired with a unique approach to education and outreach that is intimately linked with cutting-edge research activities. Visitors to Biosphere 2 can see science in action, interact with university research, and have hands-on experiences with earth-systems science. Families, student groups, the university community, and the public can all experience Biosphere 2’s innovative approach to tackling some of modern societies biggest scientific questions. The mission of Biosphere 2 is to advance our understanding of the natural and man-made environment through unique experimentation, training of interdisciplinary scientists, science education, and public outreach, and organization of meetings to address grand challenges that affect the quality of life and the understanding of earth’s living beings place in the universe. CityCoHo of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is a coworking business, partnered with the Sustainability Nexus and focused on providing extraordinary shared space to extraordinary emerging communities. Committed to delivering the ultimate coworking environment and experience, CityCoHo is creating the new standard, raising the bar. Located at 2401 Walnut Street in the heart of center city Philadelphia in a building targeting double LEED platinum certifications (building Core & Shell and Commercial Interiors), CityCoHo strives to provide the optimal combination of sustainability, amenities, comfort, technology, community, and fun—all in a setting designed to foster and promote individual well-being and success.
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May 13, 2018
Sustainable Agricultural Sector and Food Security for Africa - May 6, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Sustainable Agricultural Sector and Food Security for Africa - May 6, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Title: "The Future of a Sustainable Agricultural Sector and Food Security for Africa" * Show '1': Courtney Ashley Vaughan, Principal, Courtney Vaughan, LLC and Producer, Farm to Market Magazine™,(FarmtoMarketMagazine.com), (In-Studio and Skype Back-Up)* Theme: "Setting the Stage: Current Economic Conditions and Drivers of Agriculture Transformation Programs in Africa" * Show '2': Stephanie Race ,CEO and Founder, Crop Performance, Ltd., (By-Skype)*, Theme: "Impacting the Transformation and Food Security through Science and Technology" * Show '3': Courtney Ashley Vaughan, Principal, Courtney Vaughan, LLC and Producer, Farm to Market Magazine™,(FarmtoMarketMagazine.com), (In-Studio), Theme: "Tuning in on the Challenges and Constraints facing Africa Agriculture Development: The Agriculture Entrepreneurs Experience"; and * Show '4': Courtney Ashley Vaughan, Principal, Courtney Vaughan, LLC and Producer, Farm to Market Magazine™, (FarmtoMarketMagazine.com), (In-Studio and Skype Back-Up)* and Stephanie Race,CEO and Founder, Crop Performance, Ltd, (By-Skype)*, Theme: "Solutions and Recommendations to Support Agriculture Transformation and the Future of Food Security in Africa". Overviews: FarmToMarketNMagazine.com will keep you connected to the agriculture transformation taking place on the continent of Africa. From informative delivered through interviews with top members of the industries, to those delivered by speakers at conferences on Africa, including infrastructure news. FarmToMarketNMagazine.com focuses on big issues that affect every aspect of the value chain, from the farm related infrastructure to the markets they serve and how they are financed. Its featured stories profiles people which contribute to the development of the agriculture, infrastructure, and financial sectors among all 54 nations on the African continent. Crop Performance provides geospatial analytics enabling growers and the food supply chain to increase crop yields, conserve resources and monitor the ecological impact of growing safe and healthy food. Crop Performance analytics quantify the yield potential and environmental impact of food production at field, farm and catchment scales. Crop Performance works with growers, food companies and retailers to improve productivity, conserve resources, and monitor the environmental impact of food production. The food and agriculture industry benefits with more accurate supply forecasts, an enhanced visibility to source commodities, assess risk and monitor the impact of climate change on agriculture. Crop Performance analytics forecast crop yields with accuracy in advance of harvest. The data is used to inform in-season yield, water, and nutrient status of crops at the field scale. Customers of growers in the supply chain benefit from an integrated view of supply to inform sourcing, harvest planning and logistics.
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May 06, 2018
Women Owned/Managed Businesses Leaders Global New Green Economies - Mar 04, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Women Owned/Managed Businesses Leaders Global New Green Economies - Mar 04, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
Title: "Women Owned and Managed Businesses: Leaders in the World’s New 'Green' Economies" Show '1’: Charles (Chuck) D. Vollmer, Author-Founder, Jobenomics and The Jobenomics Blog, Theme: "Jobenomics 20 x 20 Outlook (Twenty Million New Jobs by 2020); · Show '2': Charles (Chuck) D. Vollmer, Author-Founder, Jobenomics and The Jobenomics Blog, Theme: "Jobenomics: Women Owned and Managed Business Initiative"; Show '3': Ellen Wasylina, Senior EUROPEAID Expert (Former), Université Abou Bekr Belkaid Tlemcen (University of Tlemcen), Tlemcen, Algeria, Northern Africa and CEO, Transatlantic Global Advisory, (In-Studio), Theme: "Gender Diversification and Professionalization of Masters Degree Programs in the 'Green' Energy Sector Show '4': Ellen Wasylina, Adjunct Professor (Former), Paris School of Business (PSB), Paris, France and CEO, Transatlantic Global Advisory, (In-Studio), Theme: "International Education for Women Entrepreneurs in the New 'Green' Economy” Overview: Jobenomics (Jobs + economics) deals with the process of creating and mass-producing small businesses and jobs. Jobenomics National Grassroots Movement’s goal is to facilitate the creation of 20 million net new U.S. jobs within a decade. Jobenomics media outreach has touched over 20 million people and has garnished wide-spread support for its economic, workforce, and business development efforts. As an example, Jobenomics’ website has received over 350,000 page views with the majority the viewers spending a half hour or more online, not counting time spent reviewing hundreds of thousands of downloads from the Jobenomics library. Jobenomics regularly updates its nine books and e-book to keep its members current on the latest national and international economic and labor force issues, trends, and solutions. Jobenomics research is perhaps one of the most comprehensive libraries regarding employment and unemployment challenges facing today’s rapidly changing world. Jobenomics also provides special reports on national and international events that impact the economy. These reports range from the contingent workforce challenge, international, the emerging digital economy, to helping solve future labor force issues and problems. Jobenomics provides advice and timely data to policy and decision-makers worldwide. Over the last few years, Jobenomics met with over a thousand government, business, and community leaders to incorporate the best of their ideas and requirements into Jobenomics initiatives and programs. Today, over a dozen communities started Jobenomics initiatives led by local community leaders. These initiatives focus on citizens at the base of America’s socioeconomic pyramid with emphasis on women, minorities, youth, veterans, and other hopefuls who want to work or start a business. While Jobenomics is an American business and job creation movement, there is significant interest from Asian, Middle Eastern, and African nations to start similar movements. Transatlantic Global Advisory (TAGA) is based in the Washington, D.C. metro area. Its vision is to be a main actor in the private, public, and non-profit spheres in the matter of transatlantic issues such as Energy security and efficiency, Sustainable development, Trade, as well as Governance generally. Its mission is to provide policy advice, expertise, perspectives, analysis, and linkages on key strategic transatlantic issues. Having spent more than twenty [20] years in France, it is our gateway to Europe and its periphery. Our audiences are both Anglophone and Francophone speakers.
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March 04, 2018
New Green Auto Machine for Environmentally Conscious Consumers - Feb 25, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
New Green Auto Machine for Environmentally Conscious Consumers - Feb 25, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
· Show '1':   Gerard (Gerry) N. Murphy, President Emeritus and Legal Counsel, (CAE), Washington Area New Automobile Dealers Association (WANADA), (In-Studio),  Theme: "The Next One Hundred Years of Constant Change, Evolution, & Advancements: The 'New' Automotive Industry and Its Future";    · Show '2':   Charles (Charlie) S. Stringfellow, Jr., (Ex Officio) Chairman, Board of Directors, Washington Area New Automobile Dealers Association (WANADA) and Vice President, Dealer Operations, Antwerpen Auto Group" , (In-Studio), Theme:  "Automotive Industry World-Wide Manufacturers and Local Dealerships:  Meeting Customer Expectations While Serving Greater Transportation Needs of Society";    · Show '3': "Harold Redden, Chair, Automotive Dealers Education Institute (ADEI) and General Manager, Fitzgerald Lakeforest Toyota", (In-Studio), Theme: "Revolution in Automotive Technologies = Revolution in Education for Automotive Technicians, Managers, Support Staff, and Dealership Owners";     · Show '4':  Warren Brown, Automotive Columnist (Emeritus), The Washington Post; Live Online Real Wheels Columnist; and Lifetime Achievement Awardee, Urban Wheel Awards" (In-Studio),Theme:  "Where We Are, Where Society is Heading for the Automotive Industry Machines, Services, and Processes of the 21st Century". Since its founding in 1917, Washington Area New Automobile Dealers Association (WANADA) primary mission has been to represent and promote the retail automobile business in the Washington Metropolitan area. Through a wide range of community programs and events, public policy, industry representation, and ongoing dealership management and benefit programs, WANADA and its franchised new car and truck dealer members are well positioned to meet the 21st Century challenges of a booming regional economy and an industry in transition.    WANADA’s principal role is to promote all aspects of the retail new automobile business in the Washington region. Secondarily, WANADA represents its dealer membership in the local, state, and national public policy process and speaks for its part of the automotive industry in public and media forums.   Designated one of the nation’s top five auto shows by the International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers, The Washington Auto Show®, a world class event, continues to wow audiences with its cutting-edge exhibits, latest model cars and displays of historic vehicles.  As the "Public Policy Show" on the auto show circuit, the ten [10] day public show is preceded by two [2] Public Policy Preview Days of special events and announcements for government, industry, and the media. The Automotive Technician Training Program is a program of WANADA’s Automobile Dealer Education Institute (ADEI) which has as its mission is to develop training and educational programs for its members in the Washington Metro Area.  The ADEI scholarship is a free, National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) certified, 2-year technician-training program.  It  combines structured classroom, hands-on practical and real life shop, and interactive curriculum teaching with full time, paid on-the-job training. The ADEI scholarship is a student's or an adults first step toward a successful future in the automobile industry. Not only does it provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to become a highly paid Master Automotive Technician, but a well-paying job as they pursue their studies.   The NATEF has established three levels of accreditation: Maintenance and Light Repair (MLR); Auto Service Technology (AST); and Master Auto Service Technology (MAST).
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February 25, 2018
New Green Auto Machine for Environmentally Conscious Consumers - Feb 25, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
New Green Auto Machine for Environmentally Conscious Consumers - Feb 25, 2018 - EmeraldPlanet TV©
· Show '1':   Gerard (Gerry) N. Murphy, President Emeritus and Legal Counsel, (CAE), Washington Area New Automobile Dealers Association (WANADA), (In-Studio),  Theme: "The Next One Hundred Years of Constant Change, Evolution, & Advancements: The 'New' Automotive Industry and Its Future"; · Show '2':   Charles (Charlie) S. Stringfellow, Jr., (Ex Officio) Chairman, Board of Directors, Washington Area New Automobile Dealers Association (WANADA) and Vice President, Dealer Operations, Antwerpen Auto Group" , (In-Studio), Theme:  "Automotive Industry World-Wide Manufacturers and Local Dealerships:  Meeting Customer Expectations While Serving Greater Transportation Needs of Society"; ·Show '3': "Harold Redden, Chair, Automotive Dealers Education Institute (ADEI) and General Manager, Fitzgerald Lakeforest Toyota", (In-Studio), Theme: "Revolution in Automotive Technologies = Revolution in Education for Automotive Technicians, Managers, Support Staff, and Dealership Owners"; · Show '4':  Warren Brown, Automotive Columnist (Emeritus), The Washington Post; Live Online Real Wheels Columnist; and Lifetime Achievement Awardee, Urban Wheel Awards" (In-Studio),Theme:  "Where We Are, Where Society is Heading for the Automotive Industry Machines, Services, and Processes of the 21st Century".
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February 25, 2018